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"Fairlie" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

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  • Eliza Cotterell Marchant (1802 - 1894)
    Marchant Eliza of Walkerville South Australia widow died 28 August 1894. Administration (with will) supreme court of Australia to Edward Phillips & Frederick Dubois Phillips acting by their attorneys T...
  • Ann Harris Bonython (1799 - 1894)
  • Thomas Bonython (1787 - 1860)
    Thomas Bonython Birth: Sep 11 1787 - St Columb Minor, Cornwall, England Death: Sep 24 1860 - Mount Barker, SA, Australia Parents: John Bonython, Ann Bonython (born Langdon) Wife: Ann Harris B...
  • Robert Langdon Bonython (1835 - 1906)

The Fairlie or Fairlee was a three masted square rigged ship weighing 756 tons. She departed from London on the 4 - 04 1840 via The Downs and arrived in Port Adelaide 7th July 1840.

The Captain was Edward Garrett.

South Australian notable Passengers were Thomas Bonython and his wife Ann Langdon, their son Robert Langdon and daughters Ann and Caroline, but they were not in a cabin.

Cabin Passengers:

  • Conware / Conway, Mr
  • Da Costa, Miss
  • Da Costa, Mr
  • Daniel, Mr
  • Edmonds, Mr (William Bennett Edmonds)
  • Edmonds, Mrs (Elizabeth Ann Evans)
  • Evans, Mrs (Ann Evans Mother of above)
  • McFarlane, Dr
  • Shaw, Mr -
  • Ware, Mr (assistant surgeon)
  • Ware, Mr (surgeon)
  • Whistler, Mr

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